and as you heard earlier from diane o'meara, you don't want anything like this to happen to you. diane is back with us, along with mario armstrong, who is a tech pro. mario, let's talk about this. and diane. >> okay. >> there are people online saying, don, you're being very judgmental like you don't understand what's going on. i don't understand what's going on. and i don't think -- listen, i don't think you have to have a sexual relationship to be in love with someone. that's not it. but to be in love with someone, to have a relationship with someone, you do have to see them physically and be there with them and touch them and kiss them and whisper in their ear. otherwise, you're not in a relationship with someone. it's not a real relationship. mario, am i wrong about that? >> don, i think -- look, i think your -- look, everyone's going to have a different definition on what love means to them and what being in a relationship means to them. you obviously were growing up in an era where that he -- more of the touch and the physical connection meant more. we're growing up now, though, in a digital age. we have to raise our kids and our children to be digital citizens -- >> i understand that.